Inside Lindsay Lohan’s Beachside Prison

June 22, 2011 / Posted by:

Yesterday, we got a look at Lindsay Lohan’s 3,000 square foot house arrest prison in the zero budget website commercial she did for whiskey and ludes money. And today, Life & Style has published an interview and house tour LiLo gave them. LiLo graciously opened up her Venice, CA rental home to Life & Style after they gave her a house warming gift in the form of a bouquet of hundred dollar bills.

LiLo says that living the real life version of The Shawskank Redemption is hard and she was extremely sad in her cokey heart when she couldn’t go to her brother’s 16th birthday party. Once you shed a tear for the struggles of a Lohan, read what she had to say about going back to work and not allowing alcohol in her house. You’ll need that tear to lube up the dick that LiLo keeps yanking during this interview.

“I’ve been having a lot of work-related meetings. Sometimes my friends come over. And I get to see my sister, Ali, which is nice,” Lindsay says. Although, she insists, there is no booze, no matter what. “When my friends come over, they’re not drinking,” she notes. “Alcohol is not in my house, so it’s just not a part of my life.” But when Lindsay is released on June 29, it won’t necessarily mean the end of nightclubs for her. “I don’t think you should ever say never,” she explains.

The 24-year-old actress has her fair share of critics who believe this is not a real punishment and that she may never recover, but she’s ready to prove them wrong: “I’ve grown up — and I’m willing to do what I have to do to prove that.”

And she plans to start out on the right track. “This may come as a shock, but I mean it: I want to start my community service. I want to finish that so I can work in August and September,” Lindsay tells Life & Style. Most important, she says, she loves acting and hopes that someday she can be taken seriously again. “You go through experiences. I do understand that I need to gain some of the respect back, but I’m willing to work hard for that. I understand the situations I’ve put myself in, and I don’t want to go back to that.”

If this interview sounds like a crack scratched broken record, it’s because it practically is. LiLo sat the Life & Style reporter down, put on the same “I’m working hard” record that she plays during all her interviews and went into the kitchen to down that glass of chilled coke milk.

And that room is what it would look like if the word NARCISSISM threw up. The giant portrait of herself….. The leather couch that is doing a spot-on impression of her… The busted and beat box on that shelf… The bowl of oranges that perfectly match her skin tone….

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